I hear that there is a push nationwide to investigate so-called "gap times". Gee, if it took me 5 minutes yesterday to get to my next stop and today it took 10 because they were working on the road, I should be called on the carpet and have my numbers analyzed by the "experts", right? Moe, Curly, and Larry would be better at the job in most cases. The ironic thing about the big performance push is that it's turning more and more employees against the Borg each and every day. The more you piss them off, the more likely it is that they'll sign a union card and rebel against the system. That's a "two-fer" in my book. I purposely throw-in a large "gap" a couple of times a week just to see if they can even detect it... which they usually can't. If they are going to continuously evaluate performance, demand a review under policy guidelines that allow an employee to request one at any time. Simply overwhelm them with requests and watch the fur fly. God, what a cluster this company has become. Please help your managers screw it up even further by utilizing policy to your advantage. Be smarter than they are, which isn't very difficult.